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and i'm anne makovec in for michelle. we begin w good morning. it is friday, august 19. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. we begin with breaking news out of berkeley this morning. this is a live look at the scene where police are investigating the first homicide of the year. there was a shooting in the area of mable and burnett streets early this morning. when police arrived, they found a man who had been shot. he was later pronounced dead. but police say there's no immediate threat to the community. and that the shooting is not random. we'll keep you posted as we learn more about that this morning in berkeley's first homicide of the year. moving day tomorrow for hundreds of san jose state university freshmen but they
learned they can't move into their brand-new residence hall for at least a month. maria medina joining us live now from the sjsu campus to explain what's causing this delay. maria. >> reporter: hey, anne. now, what a way to start your first year of college. [chuckling] more than 800 freshmen were supposed to move into their new dorm but instead take a look, they are going to be moving into these old buildings. they are known as the bricks. they were built back in the 1960s and a spokesman even said they are near the end of their life. they are even slated to be demolished in a couple of years to make room for a new building. now, the students were supposed to move into their new dorms called the campus village 2. it has its own laundry and rec room complete with air hockey and ping pong. but there were some construction delays despite crews working double shifts seven days a week. now those freshmen cannot move in for another month ... so what exactly is the university going to do to compensate these students? well, they say they are going
to charge them less for living in these dorms for the next month. the rate unknown. but what we do know is that rents for the new building are supposed to be $16,000 a school year. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. a statue depicting donald trump without clothes is gone from an intersection from san francisco. it was removed this morning for safety reasons. san francisco officials say it attracted so many people they were getting in the way of traffic. the likeness appeared yesterday at 17th and market. scott weiner a member of san francisco's board of supervisors is hoping for a new location for the statue. lefty o'doul's will take it. at this point there's no official word on the statue's current location. three major wildfires continue to rage across the state this morning. the good news is, the firefighters -- thousands of firefighters right now on the front lines are making progress
against each one of these fires. the "bluecut fire" has burned through 31,000 acres in 48 hours. that's the one burning to our north. but with crews gaining ground a few of the people forced to evacuate have now been able to go back home and for some it's intense. they waited days to find out if their homes were still standing and many counting their blessings this morning. >> there is nothing quite like a taste of homelessness. i can't -- i can't even describe to you the feelings. i mean, this loss of security. >> but she is one of the lucky ones because her home is still standing. in total, just under 35,000 homes are still threatened by the "bluecut fire" in lake county. firefighters know some homes have burned but they still don't have an estimate of how many. in lower lake the clayton fire has caused destruction with 190 single family homes burned to the ground.
200 other buildings are also destroyed. firefighters have that fire 60% contained. they expect to have it fully contained sunday. meanwhile, the soberanes fire in monterey county is 60% contained at this hour. but that's after it burned through 79,000 acres and it's still forcing evacuations. firefighters there are telling families near the fire that they need to be prepared to leave at any time. time now 6:04. we have the some major mass transit issues this morning. let's get a check of traffic with roqui. >> the vta line in san jose, downtown san jose, has been canceled so check your website to see about that. southbound 680 at andrade road in the sunol grade we have a crash here causing some major delays there. cars running about 31 miles per hour. so we'll keep a lookout on that, as well. altamont pass, traffic out of tracy about 29 miles per hour. dublin interchange, looking okay on both directions.
altamont pass to 680 westbound will take but 15 minutes. and then let's head to your bay bridge toll plaza, your metering lights have been on since 5:35 this morning. traffic is starting to stack up but it is friday. so a little lighter than usual. the maze to downtown westbound will take you about 10 to 15 minutes. "ro," i'm still dealing with these allergies. when will it be over? >> do you think it's your allergies or maybe the smoke? >> i don't know. >> yeah. we have a lot of smoke and haze in the area. good morning, everyone. in fact, yesterday, i was in pleasanton, i have not seen the air quality that murky, that chunky, in a decade when we had a fire in the redding area and the winds were transporting the smoke from the north to the south. now we're seeing the effects of the soberanes fire to the south. also the chimney fire in san luis obispo. that smoke is entrained in the wind flow that's lifting up to the santa clara valley and trapped in the east bay through the diablo mountain range. unhealthy level of smoke in the air today. hazy everywhere today. it's a gray slate across the
board. the only places reporting clear skies, livermore at 58. concord, as well. redwood city overcast at 62. upper 50s in san jose with partly cloudy skies. temperatures across the bay today, 60s beaches, no clearing there. 70s, 80s peninsula. 80 santa clara valley. east of the bay from the 70s to the 80s and low 90s. down from 94 to 91 in brentwood. 60s, 70s in the north bay. full forecast still coming up. this morning, team usa swimmers gunnar bentz and jack conger are back in the u.s. and teammate james feigen will be next to leave rio following the robbery scandal involving ryan lochte. overnight, feigen reached an agreement with brazilian authorities. he will pay $10,000 and he will be allowed to head back to the u.s. police say that the four swimmers weren't held at gunpoint as lochte initially claimed. instead, brazilian police say that the athletes were drunk, vandalized a bathroom at a gas station and then were questioned by armed guards
before they paid for the damage and left. >> looking at this and saying you know what, you're representing us. in a country of brazil where crime is such an issue, for them to lie it's so wrong especially at these games representing the united states. >> u.s. olympic committee has apologized for the behavior of the swimmers and for the distraction from the olympics. officials in brazil say that they are now working with the u.s. to interview lochte once again but it's likely no criminal charges will be filed. another olympic team member returned home to california to find his home burned to the ground in the clayton fire in his lake county town. matthew porter is the equipment manager for the u.s. fencing team. he was in rio for the summer games on sunday. the fire reached his home in lower lake. his wife and dogs had to evacuate. >> i couldn't see the flames
but the sky around me was just orange. and the smoke was in the yard. it was definitely headed straight at me. i have never been so scared in my life. >> and it wasn't until she had gotten down to a friend's in hayward says she was able to email me that she was all right. >> porter returned from brazil on tuesday. everything the couple owns now is packed in their car. but they are trying to look at it as a new adventure. today san francisco will honor legendary entertainer tony bennett. mayor lee, nancy pelosi, former mayor willie brown and giants ceo larry baer will unveil an eight-foot-tall bronze statue of tony bennett outside of the fairmont. there's a blue tarp now covering it. that's where bennett first publicly sang his trademark song, "i left my heart in san francisco." bennett himself will be there. you know who else is going to be there? roberta gonzales. >> oh, yeah? >> yeah. >> nice. >> going to be a star-studded event. >> celebrities all over the place.
kanye west fans, you'll want to hear this story. we now where his life of pablo pop-up store will be located this weekend in san francisco. it's going to be at 45 wentworth place. the shop will apparently sell new clothing from his fashion line. >> the pop-up store will open at 10 a.m. it will close at 9 p.m. it will be open again at 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. tomorrow. and then 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on sunday. >> now who is going to get jazzed about that? our assignment manager christine. she likes that stuff. >> she is a big fashion and r&b fan. >> unlike taylor swift, right? >> okay. time now, 6:09. next donald trump expressing regret this morning as the clinton foundation announces a change if hillary clinton is elected. >> plus a day at shasta lake turns into a nightmare for some local teens after an otter goes on the attack. >> from the kpix weather center, good friday morning everyone. sure, there's so many
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can show you coverage options to fit your budget. oh -- ohhh! she slimed me. [ laughs ] this morning... as donald t plans to tour parts of flood ravaged louisiana later tod. last night, the republic the clinton foundation is making changes this morning as donald trump plans to tour parts of flood-ravaged louisiana later today. last night the republican nominee admitted making some mistakes. craig boswell has the story. >> reporter: donald trump made an admission to a crowd in charlotte, north carolina thursday night. >> sometimes in the heat of debate and speaking on a
multitude of issues, you don't choose the right words. or you say the wrong thing. i have done that. and believe it or not, i regret it! >> reporter: trump's campaign chairman is now under added scrutiny after a staff shake-up diminish his responsibilities. the "associated press" says it obtained emails that reveal paul manafort worked a covert operation to sway american public opinion in favor of the pro-russian ukranian government between 2012 and 2014. some major changes are coming for hillary clinton's family foundation. former president bill clinton announced thursday he is resigning from the board and that the foundation will no longer accept corporate and foreign donations if his wife is elected president. the democratic nominee talked law and order during a meeting with law enforcement leaders in new york. >> recent events from dallas and baton rouge to milwaukee and across the country underscore how difficult and
important the work is ahead of us. we need to work together to bridge our divide not stoke even more divisiveness. >> reporter: she acknowledged it will be a difficult task to repair the bonds of trust and respect between police officers and communities. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> hillary clinton is off the campaign trail for the day. today is former president bill clinton's 70th birthday. meanwhile, donald duck has been making appearances at campaign stops with donald trump. he wasn't invited. he held signs about tax returns. the democratic national committee is using it to pressure donald trump to releasing his returns. so far, the dnc has no comment. >> i don't think that is a disney sanctioned donald either. daly city police need your help this morning. they are trying to identify a man they say attacked a grocery store security guard while trying to steal alcohol. police say this man tried to
walk out of a lucky store on mission street with booze in hand. the guard tried to stop him. the suspect pelted him with rocks. he ran off. he wasn't finished yet. 15 minutes later he came back and threw a glass bottle and rock at the guard and fled again. vallejo police are looking for two people of interest after a pedestrian was struck by a car. 47-year-old matthew bennett of richmond was struck the night of august 11 by a 2002 nissan maxima on sonoma boulevard. one suspect respect under arrest. police are searching for two other men who they believe have information about the collision. they are identified as taylor warren, and two others. at lake shasta two boys are having a great time swimming but then two out others entered the equation. despite the sweet reputations, the otters attacked them. >> one just kept attacking us
no matter what we did. >> they swam fast to get away but the otters chased them and bit them. chris says the experience only lasted a few minutes but felt like it lasted forever. chris' dad was surprised to hear that otters were on the attack. we're all surprised. at the hospital, even employees were joking about such cute creatures becoming monsters! >> actually just kind of laughing like kind of like what the heck is going on? i have never heard of that happening before. >> they gave us otter pops. they printed out pictures of otters and stuff and which was it and otters are guns and stuff, it was funny -- with guns and stuff. it was funny. >> the two boys got rabies shots so now they only have bad memories instead of any serious health trouble. can you believe it? outers? >> no! >> in the water i go surfing and you have your feet dangingle in there.
>> ply mother used to call them the kitties of the sea. >> in san francisco too always making noise in the morning. >> they were just trying to get to their money. everybody knows otters keep their money in the otter bank. >> wow. [ pause ] >> what's the name of the kids book that features otters? >> i don't know. >> harry otter. >> it's too early for this. >> awhat kind of cards do otters like to drive? >> ferraris. [ laughter ] >> i'll be here all week. >> speak of. let's get to traffic, okay? time-out, roberta. okay. let's talk about the crash. [ laughter ] >> not dealing with a ferrari. southbound 680 at andrade road in the sunol grade there. it is causing major delays. cars driving at 8 to 7 now miles per hour. you see that change right there on the screen. and then let's head to vallejo. fatal accident westbound 37 at
mare island bridge a car in the water. a fatal accident. there's up to 30 minutes. heading to your altamont pass. it's looking not too bad. coming out of tracy, cars are moving about 32 miles per hour. the maze to downtown on your bay bridge toll plaza, about 12 minutes. the metering lights are on since 5:35. "ro," it's looking nice out. >> it is pretty nice outside here but not the case in southern california. i got this picture from a friend and he sent this because he knows i'm from barstow and this shows you the "bluecut fire" how close it is to barstow and victorville. it's burning out of control near wrightwood. thanks, fred, for keeping those photos coming to kpixtv. this is our live weather camera looking out towards the bay bridge where we have a deck of clouds that's pretty extensive and expansive but it's relatively on the shallow side. temperatures are currently in the 50s and low 60s. right now, redwood city overcast and 62.
it is another "spare the air" day and if you are in the east bay now what i'm talking about. -- you know what i'm talking about. the air was so compromised yesterdays the smoke is compressed close to the surface around the diablo mountain range. moderate air quality throughout the entire bay area due to smoke and haze. a hint of some sunshine at the coast today. clearing and a tad cooler bayside. warm and very hazy inland. clouds will retreat quicker than yesterday. afternoon thunderstorm in the high sierra and yosemite from monsoonal moisture. we'll keep an eye on that for potential of fire danger due to lightning strikes. sunrise and sunset, smack in between today 60s beaches, just some minor tweaking in the temperatures compared to 24 hours ago. 60s around the bay. site of peninsula. 80s, 90s inland. the pollen coming into play again today. very little change each day all the way through the weekend.
good morning, everybody. the raiders at lambeau last night where oakland played eight starters for most of the first half while the packers rested their star players. aaron rodgers among those who never put a helmet on. derek carr not so lucky. he threw this one up in single man coverage. unfortunately, the single man got it. randall took it back to the raiders 32-yard line. carr nine of 13, just 38 yards and an interception. carr's quarterback rating 40.2. the packers knock, knock, knocking on the door. watch john crockett move the pack. just drags everybody to paydirt right there. raiders weren't very good last night. they lost 20-12. i'll tell you one bright spot, though. the rookie quarterback connor cook. big daddy cain has been
placed on the dl with a lower back injury. cain gave up six runs in the 5th inning of a loss a couple of days ago to pittsburgh. grateful dead tribute seemed fitting for a giants team that needed a little life last night. and they got it. first, though, madison bumgarner on the mound 4th inning and justin ruggiano takes the giants deep. that's a grand slam. 4-0 mets lead. but they come right back. three runs not in. bumgarner two-run jack and the giants reclaim the lead at 5-4. would it be the one that turns the season around in posey pads the lead. two-runs score. the giants with a much-needed win last night 10-7. even better news! the dodgers lose. so the giants are now one half game out of first place in the n.l. west. i'm jumping on a plane this morning headed to the mile high city where the 49ers will take
on the denver broncos. our coverage begins tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. right here on the big 5. have a great weekend. it is 6:25. coming up we're learning the heartbreaking details after a woman was crushed by a tree branch in a local park. her husband talks to us next. >> reporter: it's a freshman fiasco. why hundreds of san jose state students can't move into their new dorms. i found her wandering miles from home. when the phone rang at 5am, i knew it was about mom. i see how hard it's been on her at work and i want to help. for the 5 million americans living with alzheimer's, and millions more who feel its effects. let's walk together to make an even bigger impact and end alzheimer's for good. kardashian family.
cash payment to iran and the release of four american prisoners. >> we are just hours away from your weekend. and what you need to know about the air quality and pollen report. >> there's a crash in the maze. i'll tell you where it is coming up. good morning, it's friday, august 19. i'm kenny choi. >> it is friday. thanks for joining us. i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. it is 6:30. >> hundreds of san jose state university freshmen just learned they won't be moving into the brand-new campus village but instead into old dorms set to be demolished. kpix 5's maria medina is live at san jose state university about the move-in date drama. >> reporter: 800 freshmen were supposed to move into the new dorms but instead they are going to be moving into these old buildings behind me. they are known as the bricks. they were built back in the 1960s. a spokesman syd they are at the end of their -- said they are at the end of their lives and will be demolished in a couple
of years to make room for a new building. the freshmen were supposed to move into a new building called the campus village 2. it has its own laundry facility and rec room with air hockey and ping pong. but construction delays despite working 24/7. the freshman cannot move in for another 4 weeks. so what's the university going to do to compensate these students? they will charge they will less for moving into this building for the next four weeks. that number unknown. but we do know that the rents for the new building is nearly $16,000 a school year. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. >> is the university doing anything else for these students who will have to go through the hassle of moving in and out now? >> reporter: yeah. actually, the university says they are going to hire professional movers for the students to move them out of here and into the new building
and they are also going to give them $150 campus gift cards. back to you guys. >> thank you. happening today, a newark woman accused of stalking chris jenner heads to federal court in oakland. the fbi took 36-year-old christina bankston into custody yesterday. she is accused of hacking a personal account impersonating her victims and extortion according to federal officials. a 15-page indictment even suggests bankston told the kardashians that somebody was going to commit a massacre at their home. the document says she swore she had a sex tape of chris and that she sent it to a media website. a week after a tree branch fell on a san francisco woman her husband learned she will never walk again. the 36-year-old woman liked to take her two daughters to washington square park. she was there last friday watching her daughters play a game when a tree branch snapped and landed on her head. the tree limb weight 100 pounds and fell from a pine tree.
her husband says that the branch fractured his wife's skull and broke her back. doctors told her that she never walk again. [ through translator ] >> her lower spine was broken. the doctor showed me the x-ray and said her lower spine separated into two parts. her skull was injured too. doctors removed some clots. they were afraid the clots [ indiscernible ] they would [ indiscernible ] >> her husband says that their daughters who are 5 and 9 years old are too distraught to go to school. starting today, extra patrols on the roads. it is part of a drive sober or get pulled over campaign. police will taking part trying to crack down on drinking and driving. there will be more social media posts and commercials about the dangers and statistics. campaign runs through
september 5. time now 6:33. >> i can't believe the air quality in the east bay. we had a "spare the air" day but i hadn't it seen that bad, that chunky in a decade and we have another "spare the air" day in effect again today. the most compromised area again will be the east bay and the santa clara valley. that's where we are the recipient of the soberanes fire to the south in the monterey county area and the chimney fire in san luis obispo, some of the smoke is getting entrained in the wind flow from the south to the north and it's nicking the santa clara valley and getting trapped in the diablo mountain range vicinity. so moderate air quality everywhere. perhaps you're suffering from pollen. blame it on the chenopods and the grass count that will continue to rise through the weekend. clear in livermore and concord at 58. partly cloudy skies in san jose
at 59 degrees. today just a couple of degrees cooler than thursday. 60s and maybe a sliver at best of sun at pacifica. 64 degrees in san francisco. 70s peninsula. 80s los altos. 78 to 80 in the northern portion of our bay area. 80s and low 90s due east. your weekend forecast is coming up. take a look at the eastshore freeway here. westbound 80 on the east bay on the eastbound side 580 connector a two-car crash blocking the right lane so cars are moving about 28 miles per hour. so slow into the east bay. let's head to the sunol grade crash southbound 680 at andrade boulevard right lane blocked causing major delays. cars moving at 8 miles per hour. and then your nimitz freeway looking good in both directions. about 17 minutes. bay bridge toll plaza metering
lights came on a while back at 5:35. traffic is backing up but not too bad for your friday afternoon. the major downtown westbound will take but 15 minutes. kenny? >> roqui, thank you. the state department now admits there was a link between a $400 million cash payment to iran and the same day release of four americans in prison there. u.s. officials say the money delivered in january was not ransom. it was owed to iran as part of a failed arms deal 35 years ago. but iran would not get the money until the prisoners were freed. >> we of course sought to retain maximum leverage until after american citizens were released. that was our top priority. >> republicans and the presidential nominee donald trump have sharply criticized the way this was handled. state department officials say that they waited until the americans had left iran january 17 before handing over the money. some big moments came out of the olympics yesterday. ashton eaton of the united states took home gold in the decathlon. it is his second straight gold
in that event. a huge win for women's wrestling. helen margulies became the first american woman to written a wrestling gold. >> ryan crouseer takes the gold in the men's shotput with a world record at 73 and 10 and three-fourths. >> team usa raced to the four by one hundred meter relay and the women qualified after finishing last in the heat but protested because brazilian team bumped allyson felix in her lane. >> usain bolt won the 200 meters but his time was short of his own world record. >> so fast you can't see him. [ laughter ] >> today's four by one hundred meter relay final is all that's left between bolt and an historic three golds at three straight olympics. time now 6:37. local health officials are winning the fight against the west nile virus.
the newest report on local cases next. >> and hundreds of women nearly going bald after washing their hair. coming up why they are blaming it on a shampoo. >> the market opened about 10 minutes ago: south health officials are ,, california's clean air laws are working. we've cut toxic pollution. we're seeing fewing cases of asthma in kids.
officials are making progreo give yourself a round of applause. you made it to your friday. these are temperatures you can expect today. slightly below average in most locations. along the beaches today maybe a hint of sun. that's about it. 60s. 70s and 80s common around the peninsula. you have the sunshine in the santa clara valley san jose at 81 jumping up to near 90 in gilroy. east of the bay from the 80s to the low 90s, slightly cooler by a couple of degrees than yesterday. good morning, vallejo, at 78 degrees through benicia into
martinez and in american canyon. north bay you want 60s? stinson beach. you want 70s? san rafael. you want 80s? sonoma and napa. and 90s in the far reaches of the for the bay. new this morning, health officials are making progress to keep the west nile virus out of the area. mosquitoes collected at the marina lagoon in san mateo tested negative for the virus. they treated the area after adult mosquitoes carrying the virus were discovered earlier this month. officials say that there has been an 87% reduction in the virus in that area. no further treatments are planned. and fears over the zika virus have spread to california. an area in san diego will be sprayed this morning after mosquito larvae known to carry the zika virus were found in the south park area. officials say that a man who lives in the area may have contracted zika during a recent trip abroad. >> i -- i -- i went rafting so i figured i swallowed water. i had some body aches and pains
but that's again maybe i slept wrong, you know? everything had an excuse. and then, um, i -- i had conjunctivitis in both eyes and they raised the question. so i saw a doctor and they tested me for it. >> officials say that the spraying will be a precautionary step. more than 200 women have filed a class action lawsuit against the makers of a popular hair care product because the results were terrifying. this 11-year-old girl is one of the plaintiffs whose hair started to fall out. the product, the company received 21,000 complaints. and actually took the rare step of issuing a safety alert for its own good. according to lawyers using dangerous ingredients may not be illegal. >> there's no legal requirement that the company makes sure a product is safe before they sell it. >> how is that possible? >> the fda has no access to safety records no legal power to get those.
only congress can give them that power. >> meanwhile when says we have shared our formulations and the ingredients with the fda and the company says it's transparent through the fda's investigation. gayle king joins us live from new york with more on what's coming up on "cbs this morning." happy friday. >> you're right. you have no idea how happy i am right here. hashtag happiness right here. good to see you. >> you, too. >> reporter: donald trump expresses regret for some of his words. we'll talk about whether it's a shift in the campaign. we have a fact checker from the "washington post." what's next for ryan lochte and the three swimmers after they vandalized a gas station in rio and then tried to cover it up? not good. and record-breaking gold medal jim natalie simone biles who doesn't love her joins us today. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00 straight up with 15 minutes from now and
anne, tell michelle i said hey. >> i will. she is a little under the weather today. but she will be back on monday. >> i hope she will be all right. >> looking forward to your broadcast. thank you, gayle. linkedin stockholders will vote today in mountain view on the proposed merger with microsoft. in june the companies announced the deal worth about $26.2 billion. it would be microsoft's largest acquisition. mountain view-based linkedin boasts more than 430 million members. if approved, the deal should be done by the end of the year. we all know the odds are slim of owning a home in san francisco. but a new study shows our chances may be even more dismal than we thought. nearly 9 in 10 households cannot afford a median priced property in the city, which is at $700,000. -- $7,000 a month. the other obstacle just to be in the running for the kind of home you typically need to make more than $250,000 a year. so a lot of us are out the
running. twitter has suspended 238,000 terrorist-related accounts over the last six months. that's nearly twice as many as before. they have been able to find and delete the accounts thanks to better spam filters and increased staffing that monitors the service around the clock. eddie bauer says it fell victim to hackers. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com explains the fallout plus more trending topics. >> reporter: good morning. we are here on wall street and the opening bell just rang. looking at the big board right now the dow is down 93 points. a little bit of a lower start to this last trading day of the week. foot locker says that sales jumped nearly 5% in the last quarter beating wall street expectations. there was growth across the board basketball, running shoes and apparel. foot locker also opened 23 new stores in the quarter. eddie bauer says its stores were hit by hackers between january 2 and july 17. it found malware in its payment
system and that gave hackers access to customer payment card information. online sales were not impacted. and twitter wants to let its users filter tweets for abusive posts. twitter created a quote, quality filter. it lets users hide sweeps that contain threats and appear to be spam that feature used to only be available for verified accounts. i think probably a pretty good change for people on twitter. >> yes. >> smart move by the company considering the harassment that a lot of celebrities had recently including comedian leslie jones. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. 13 minutes before 7:00. let's get a check on traffic with roqui theus. >> let's check -- oh-oh. got to get on air. [ pause ] >> okay. there we go. [ giggling ] >> let's take a look at oakland. westbound 80 at the eastbound 580 connector ramp. two cars blocking the right lane there. and you can see the bay bridge is looking clear, as well. this traffic on the eastshore freeway is backing up about 30 miles per hour
cars driving and then the nimitz freeway. looking good in both directions. 238 to the 80 maze northbound will take you about 20 minutes. and let's head to another crash in the sunol grade heavy traffic from an earlier crash on southbound 680 at andrade road. that's up all the way to the 580 split. cars driving up to 14 miles per hour and down to 11 miles per hour. then here's the san mateo bridge. cars backing up a bit moving a little slow there. 880 to 101, about 15 minutes westbound into the peninsula. bay bridge toll plaza looking good for your friday morning. "ro"? >> we were talking about otters earlier. we had a few jokes and becky duke chimes in saying, what kind of music does an otter listen to? she says, otter pop. get it? like pop music? okay. who says weathercasters and weather watchers don't have a
sense of humor? thank you, becky! she is also reporting 63 degrees it morning. [ laughter ] >> right now, that was in san mateo. i love me some becky dukes! temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. it's 62 -- i think you have had to watch the full show to know what we're talking about. hopefully you have been. san jose 59 degrees. it's in the mid-50s in santa rosa. air quality, it's bad again today. it's another "spare the air" day. the most "aversely" affected areas will be the eastern portion of our bay area due to the soberanes fire to the south. also, coming into play is the chimney fire in san luis obispo. the smoke and haze is drifting up from the south bypassing the santa clara valley where you do have some haze but that smoke, the particulate matter, is getting trapped in the diablo range. a hint of some sun today at the beaches just a smidgeon. bayside clearing and cooler. pollution away from the bay. we have the marine layer, it is high overcast at this hour. we are hoping for earlier
burnoff. 93 degrees for your state capital today. 82 thunderstorms in yosemite. we'll keep an eye on that for the potential of fire danger in the form of lightning strikes. hazy monterey bay through carmel into pebble beach. 101 in fresno. there's your sunrise and your sundown and smack in between, today 60s beaches, a couple of degrees cooler today than what we experienced on thursday but out of the mid-90s to the low 90s east of the bay in the brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay and mountain house area. livermore at 89, down from 92. low 80s san jose. 70s common around the peninsula. a few low 80s towards los altos and woodside. 79 napa. 80 santa rosa. if you are sneezing and wheezing it could be because of the smoke. but it also could be because of the chenopods or the grasses. and the count kins every continues to rise over -- the count continues to rise over the weekend. we are going down with seasonal highs through about monday. giants forecast, as they play
host to the mets, dress in layers in the low 60s and go, giants. and have a great day, everyone! roberta, thank you. time now 6:50. it's called the ghost fleet. it's home to hundreds of sunken ships. the new way to see the largest shipwreck site in the western hemisphere right from your living room. >> reporter: dorms dilemma. why hundreds of san jose state students are being forced to move into a building set for demolishing. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
they are thrilled to put this waterway in the spotlight at last. they hope federal legislation protects it from development. five things to know at the :55. berkeley police are investigating their first homicide of the year. police say they arrived and found a man shot and unresponsive. no arrests have been made. police don't think it was random. the fallout from the robbery tale spun by four olympic swimmers continues. two swimmers are back in the u.s. this morning as police officially say that the robbery story was a lie. the lawyer for another u.s. swimmer says that he would make a $10,000 payment and leave brazil later today. donald trump expected to tour flooded areas in louisiana today. speaking from north carolina, yesterday the republican candidate uncharacteristically expressed regret for some words he stated on the campaign trail. latest polls show he is behind clinton in battleground states. firefighters are making progress against a massive
wildfire raging in southern california. the "bluecut fire" has scorched more than 35,000 acres forcing thousands from their homes. some of the mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. you may have seen a naked statue of donald trump. it is now removed from market street. san francisco officials say it interfered with traffic. i'm maria medina live on the campus of san jose state university where more than 800 freshmen were supposed to move into their brand-new building a new dorm. instead they are going to be moving into this old building known as the bricks. it was build in the 1960s. a spokesman says they are near the end of their life. it was actually slated to be demolished in a couple of years. now, the freshmen are supposedded to move into a new dorm called the campus village
2. it's got its own laundry facility and own rec room including air hockey and ping pong tables. but there were some construction delays despite crews working double shifts seven days a week and now those freshmen can't move in for four weeks. move-in day is set for tomorrow. so what's the university going to do to compensate these students? they say they are going to charge them a lower rate for living here for the next four weeks and will hire professional movers to move them into the new building in a month. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. good morning, you guys. time is -- [ pause ] >> 6:57. let's go to san jose right now. northbound 85 at camden avenue. um, there is a crash blocking the two right lanes and traffic is backed up all the way to 87. cars are driving 26 miles per hour. let's take a look at the eastshore freeway. a lot of slow-moving traffic, carquinez bridge to the maze 40 minutes. bay bridge looking good.
but there's a stalled car past the toll plaza. so that's why you're drive time there is in the red. it will take you about 15 minutes from the maze to downtown. "ro"? >> roqui, would you just look at this? look at this! what do you see? okay. you see a plane landing right there. no, no, no. it's taking off because we do have delays on arriving flights up to 51 minutes at sfo due to all that right there, yeah, the gray stuff. low clouds and areas of fog this morning again will greet you out the door except livermore clear skies at 58. san jose you have partly cloudy skies at 59 degrees. everybody has a "spare the air." most "aversely" affected east of the bay to the south also the chimney fire in san luis obispo now is coming into play so all that smoke and haze is lifting from the south into our eastern portion of our bay area. you have the haze also in the santa clara valley. if you are not suffering from
the smoke like some itchy eyes then you're probably feeling the effects of the pollen which is rising due to the grasses and what's chenopods? really? >> i don't know. >> so it's a weed. >> it's a weed! >> you're affected by weeds today, people! [ laughter ] >> temperatures across the bay area today no sunshine maybe a sliver of hope along the seashore in the 60s. 70s and 80s common across the peninsula with ample sunshine. 80s to nearly 0 degrees in gilroy to the south to east 80s and 90s. to the north you will have 60s through the 70s into the 80s. make it a great day. you might feel like a top- notch pokemon trainer as you walk the streets of san francisco playing "pokemon go." but this weekend you could run into the best pokemon trainers in the world as they invade the city for the pokemon world championships. players from more than 35 countries are taking part, more than $500,000 in prizes up for grabs. >> i wonder when is this trend going to stop? >> they have only been playing
a month and they are already having a world championship? >> thanks for joining us. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org in the west. it is friday, august 19, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." two of ryan lochte's teammates involved in the rio scandal return home. the video shows the confrontation with security. donald trump expresses regret over his comments during the campaign. the republican nominee blamed the heat of debate, for any pain he may have caused. health officials tell cbs news there is a cluster of zika cases in the miami beach area that could have active transmission. we begin this morning with today's eye-opener, your world